Kathryn Joy Foster | God Is All My Praise

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God Is All My Praise

by Kathryn Joy Foster

Would you like to experience Bounce-Back Breakthrough? Rhythmically, this psalm is a call to worship that carries an electric praise. Lyrically, you will discover it welcomes the free expressions of your heart to the One and Only, True and Living God.
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God Is All My Praise is issuing a proclamation for nothing else to be in your praise to God except praise. The inspiration to write this song was Jeremiah 17:14 which begins as intercession to the Lord but ends with acknowledging just who the author is addressing. “Heal me, O LORD, and I shall be healed; save me, and I shall be saved: for thou art my praise”. Judah, the fourth son of Jacob and Leah was named by his mother “I will praise God” in honor of the Lord’s continued faithfulness to her. The Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance entry for Judah defines his name as “celebrated” in the Hebrew language. Although Judah’s beginnings were extremely promising, his own offspring struggled to live: His first son, Er whose name means “watchful” and his second son, Onan “strong” both died prematurely. His third son, Shelah, whose name means “request a petition” was isolated although he was promised in marriage. So how could praise to God really continue under those circumstances? First, our praise must be prepared to stay alert as a watchman so we won’t miss any of Holy Spirit’s moves, cues, or clues for our breakthrough. Secondly, our praise must be fully cooperative with the kingdom of God’s mission to stay strong in the Lord and in the power of His might so we can’t succumb to a hope deferred. Lastly, our praise must be enthusiastic enough to stay completely engaging to be the catalyst that fulfills outstanding vows. Collectively, those three elements can only be sustainable when they are present. What changed the dynamics of Judah’s descendants not going into extinction was Tamar’s distinction to receive the fulfillment of a promised vow. Tamar’s courage to go undercover remains quite daunting. Tamar was very instrumental in bringing about a record turnaround in Judah’s family line, for she caused him to triumph in praise. Tamar’s name means upright; a palm tree. In the 1828 Noah Webster dictionary, “a palm signifies superiority, victory, and triumph. The palm was adopted as an emblem of victory; the tree is so elastic as when pressed, to rise and recover its correct position”. In essence, Tamar gave the bounce-back to breakthrough to Judah, just like Jesus Christ always causes us to triumph, seeing He has given us the victory. You can read the entire story in Genesis 38th chapter. Just to give you a little history, Tamar was first married to Er but he died because of his wickedness. Under the levirate, Onan was to marry Tamar then raise up any offspring in the name of his deceased brother. He took Tamar as his wife; however, he refused to supply any seed to fuel the fulfillment of his vow so he died because of his wickedness. Judah then promised Shelah to Tamar when he was old enough to marry; however, he conveniently ignored his own vow to her. By this time, Judah was a widower. Tamar saw an opportunity to reverse her sentence to remain a widow. Unbeknown to Tamar, this was also an opening for God to orchestrate His divine plan on earth, the birth of His own incorruptible seed, Jesus Christ, the Lion of the Tribe of Judah, as confirmed in Revelation 5:5. Now, Judah could have a new beginning. God opened Tamar’s womb to bear twins fathered by Judah: his fourth son, Perez which means “breach” and and his fifth son, Zerah, “dawn”. The events of the birth took place like this: Zerah put out his hand first and the midwife tied a string around his hand; however, Perez ended up as the firstborn. Collectively, the twins brought prophetic insight into the coming of Jesus Christ: the breaking forth of dawn made the darkest part of the night, the shortest part of the night. If the birth order had not been reversed, the light would have not thrived without the presence of breakthrough first of all. Now, darkness was breached so dawn could rise to shine light without any limitations. While Perez is named in the direct lineage of Jesus Christ in Matthew 1:3, we cannot exclude that the upright shall have dominion over every adversary in the morning that was ushered in by Zerah alone. Isaiah 60:1-3; 19-20, King James Version gives you a word picture of what to expect when light breaks forth: “Arise, shine; for thy light is come, and the glory of the LORD is risen upon thee. For, behold, the darkness shall cover the earth, and gross darkness the people: but the LORD shall arise upon thee, and His glory shall be seen upon thee. And the Gentiles shall come to thy light, and kings to the brightness of thy rising. The sun shall be no more thy light by day; neither for brightness shall the moon give light unto thee: but the LORD shall be unto thee an everlasting light, and thy God thy glory. Thy sun shall no more go down; neither shall thy moon withdraw itself: for the LORD shall be thine everlasting light, and the days of thy mourning shall be ended”. Malachi 4:2-3, The Amplified illustrates just what occurs when God is enthroned in your praise simply because you intimately know Him as He really is. “But unto you who revere and worshipfully fear My name shall the Sun of Righteousness arise with healing in His wings and His beams, and you shall go forth and gambol like calves [released] from the stall and leap for joy. And you shall tread down the lawless and wicked, for they shall be ashes under the soles of your feet in the day that I shall do this, says the Lord of hosts”. It is the Lord’s presence in our praise that makes us so electrifying. Holy Spirit literally changes us so we just can’t sit still and remain silent. As our praise erupts, an atmosphere of glory is ignited for us to receive back-to-back breakthrough and the light that darkness cannot comprehend governs. I believe God Is All My Praise is an excellent tool for your personal and public worship.



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